The purpose of this study was to prepare student-centered based class teaching methods that will develop the competencies of Korean language subject curriculum through process-centered evaluation integrating ‘curriculum - teaching – evaluation.’ In order to accomplish this research purpose, the listening and speaking areas of the revised Korean language education curriculum in 2015 were examined, and the theme of ‘a guide person in my life’ was set after being extracted the elements of the contents which overlapped with the achievement standards of the other areas. After re-organizing the achievement standards in accordance with this topic and reconstructing the contents of the teaching, the course was implemented for the 3rd graders of the middle school. The findings showed that the students had creative and convergent thought while thinking about the subject, investigating and organizing the data, and experiencing a new learning process, and they showed a high sense of accomplishment after the end of the class. Instructional implications for the classroom and suggestions for further study were also discussed. It is meaningful that this lecture suggests the possibilities that the Korean language education can fulfill the role of establishing the identity of the Korean language subject, and fostering the ability demanded by the future society.